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Happy New Year!
Someday Services ~ Someday Style January 2008
Someday Coaching Services
If you are ready to build accountablity into your New Year's resolutions, I would love to be your partner!
As your coach I will listen with compassion, ask questions that draw on your inate wisdom, and hold you accountable in a gentle loving way. Your success is my priority!

To learn more call 707-839-4896 for a free  sample session or try my interactive Coaching Quiz now!

 

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Resolve to keep your New Year's Resolutions

6 Steps to Success

 

1.     Think about what you really want to accomplish this year. Resolutions can be set for personal desires, relationships with family & friends, or for your work

 

2.     Write out your list of goals or resolutions. Make each one specific, short and realistic.

 

3.     After each resolution write in the steps you are willing to take daily, weekly, or monthly to reach that goal. Break it down into do-able tasks so as to not become overwhelmed.

 

4.     Put a time frame on each goal and write it on your calendar. This is an important appointment with your self. Honor your commitment.

 

5.     Consider asking a friend, or hiring a life coach, to hold you accountable for the goals you have set. When you share your vision and ask for support you are more likely to accomplish your goals!

 

6.     Celebrate the milestones along the way. As you take each step closer to your goal take time to acknowledge your efforts and your success.

 
Know someone that would like this tip?

Major life changes can create clutter!

 

If you have experienced a birth, death, or move in the last year it is not unusual for things to start piling up! Here are some ways to keep these changes from cluttering up your life:

 

Birth:

After the baby arrives you just need time to adjust. Everything is new, your sleep and eating patterns, your ability to claim time for your self and the amount of things coming into your home. (to read the complete article click here!)

 

Death:

A sudden or expected loss can leave loved ones reeling. Not only are you in the midst of grief but you now are left to deal with a collection of belongings that hold both monetary and sentimental value. It can be difficult to go through these things and to decide what to keep, sell, donate or trash. (for more information click here!) 

 

Moving:

When moving to a new home or office it seems difficult to find time to incorporate all your old stuff into the new environment. You want it to stay clean and new so you put off unpacking those boxes, (more tips on moving here!)

If you are ready for help coping, contact us to see how we can help.(707) 839-4896  Laura@SomedayServices.com

Reduce~Recycle~Reuse

Saying NO to junk mail is as simple as 1-2-3!
1. Send a postcard including your complete name, address, zip code and a request to "activate the preference service" to:
Mail Preference Service
Direct Marketing Association
P.O. Box 643
Carmel, NY 15012-0643
This will stop mail from member organizations you have not specifically ordered products from.
2. AOL (America On-Line): call 1-800-605-4297 to request to be removed from thier list. First name "Current" last name "Resident".
3. Whenever you fill out warranty card, order a product or service or donate money to a charity be sure to write, "Do not sell my name or address" on the card or form before sending it in.
 
 
 

 

H.O.P.E. for the New Year

 

Is getting organized one of your New Year's resolutions?

 

Getting organized is among the top three resolutions every year. In fact, January is National Get Organized (GO) Month. In recognition of GO month, members of the Humboldt Organizing Professionals Exchange (H.O.P.E.) are donating their services to the community through two different programs.

Wishing you a Happy New Year filled with possibility and hope for positive change without fear!
Love, Laura
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